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Brooklyn Night Bazaar might be returning to Greenpoint

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason

Nights in Brooklyn could be getting a little more bazaar.

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Brooklyn Night Bazaar, the shuttered market, concert space and food hall, is hoping to return to its former neighborhood this year, after closing last May. The popular venue was forced to close at the time after losing their lease to a (far less fun) BMW dealership. 

The new Brooklyn Night Bazaar, which will most likely not be selling BMWs, is eyeing a building at 144 Greenpoint Ave. According to DNAinfo, the owners of the venue are currently working on securing a liquor license for the three-story building. The application stated that the establishment would have ping-pong tables, mini golf, a video arcade, a karaoke bar and stages for performances.

Sounds like a pretty solid place to wait out the next blizzard.

This summer, the team behind Brooklyn Night Bazaar, ran the Riis Park Beach Bazaar which featured live music and food vendors right on the beach at Jacob Riis Park.

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